In the Criminology and Law Enforcement
track, you will study the causes of crime and the methods used by law enforcement agencies to confront crime. You will acquire tools and capabilities for understanding and analyzing the causes of criminality and social deviation from a biopsychosocial perspective.
In the Green Criminology
track, you will become familiar with environmental issues on the global and local agenda and with the field of green crime. The goal of the track is to develop citizenship and environmental leadership and to nurture agents of change who can inculcate social and environmental initiatives.
In the Green Criminology – Cannabis
track, you will acquire theoretical and practical interdisciplinary knowledge concerning cannabis. This includes a thorough familiarization with historical, cultural, criminological, pharmacological, medical, and agricultural aspects, as well as with issues relating to policy, regulation, economics, and commerce.
In the Social Organizational Management
track, you will learn about processes in the organization and analyze the organizational environment while acquiring managerial knowledge and applicable practices for work in the field. The emphasis in the track is on the social, economic, and political reality within which the organization functions.
In the National Security and Home Front Defense
track, you will learn about the civilian home front during emergencies, preparedness for emergencies, and practices for confronting diverse threats to the civilian home front and for enhancing its preparedness and resilience in such situations.
Students in all the tracks will develop skills in critical thinking that will help them in their ongoing academic studies and in the workplace.